Skip to main content

About your Search

( more )
KGO (ABC) 19
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 11
( more )
English 354
French 4
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 365 (some duplicates have been removed)
's embattled president, saying he has failed to meet the demands of the people. mohammed morsi had only been in power for your, the first leader freely elected since egypt's revolution two years ago. tonight, his supporters have held a mass rally in cairo, calling this a military coup. but in tahrir square, opponents celebrated news of his downfall with fireworks and cheering. we go there now to been brown. wild, joyous celebrations are continuing through the night. you can see some of the people here in tahrir square behind me, tens of thousands have been setting off fireworks ever since the army leadership announced that they were effectively pushing mohammed morsi out of power and suspending his constitution. still shooting off those green laser beams as well in celebration. these people in many other egyptians are very happy tonight, but there are plenty supporters who are angry. they cannot understand why the army has opposed a man who was democratically elected just 12 months ago. an extraordinary day in the history of egypt. the moment they had dreamed about in tahrir square. days of
on the streets of cairo after a military ultimatum ran out for president mohamed morsi. security forces put a travel ban on morsi and a number of his top officials in the muslim brotherhood. >> it's a move back in time for egypt, who has seen their first democratically elected president removed by the army. hundreds of thousands of people are out on the streets and are waiting for a statement from the military. >> for the very latest, we are going live to a correspondent standing by and carrie rowe. karima, is there a military coup underway? -- standing by in cairo. >> as we speak, the military is just making an announcement. it looks like a military coup. there are tanks out on the street. president morsi was informed that he is no longer president. >> we are getting life pictures from cairo right now, kareem. is the military starting their statement? [beep beep] >> we will try to get him back in cairo lesson as we can. -- as soon as we can. >> tensions reaching a fever pitch. the army has reportedly taken control of the major media outlets including the state broadcaster in cairo. >> in e
for mohamed morsi. demonstrators in tahrir square are calling for the president to resign. some of those we see say they will be marching to the presidential palace later on sunday where security is already tight. the district of the capital, his supporters are staging a sit-in. they say it is in defense of the president. our correspondents are following developments across the egyptian capital. across swelling with in the last hour. their intention is what? lebron says they want to the removal of president mohamed morsi. rebellion started this. they want the president to leave. the government-- is made up of technocrats. >> is there any chance you could get closer to the microphone? you are getting drowned out by the crowd. we would like to be able to hear more clearly what you are saying. what understand some of them will be moving to the area outside the president's palace. what kind of security is down there? >> there is very tight security by the military. the military has said it wants to protect government institutions and buildings such as the presidential palace, parliamentary buil
to avoid more bloodshed. mohamed morsi and the muslim brotherhood remained defiant. he says he was elected with a mandate to lead. of safeguarding the legitimacy is my blood, then i am prepared to sacrifice my blood for the sake of the stability and security of this homeland. do not fall into the trap. any act against this illegitimacy is a crime and will drive the country into a dark tunnel, giving joy to our enemy. >> hours before the military steps in. any word on this crisis meeting underway? that aust heard about few minutes ago. reportedly, the army chief is in a crisis meeting and has been for the past several hours with his top commanders. we are expecting that some sort of statement will come from the military before the deadline, which expires in a few hours. it really is a waiting game. a nervous waiting game. i have seen the crowds go from celebration mood after the minister issued the initialed ultimatum a few days ago to now being tense and angry. we have also been hearing various rumors coming from different military sources as to what kind of statement we can expect. some p
him but the deputy leader all of this in hours of ousting the president, mohamed morsy. the president of the united states just issued a statement saying how concerned he is, deeply concerned by what is taking place in egypt. he is calling for the swift return to civilian government there. ivan watson has been watching the hundreds of thousands of protesters in the street. what is the latest on these arrests that is so disconcerting to our government here? >> reporter: well, i think there have been reports trickling out from a shrinking number of muslim brother officials warning about the closure of three pro muslim brotherhood tv stations in the last couple of hours including -- not including an al jazeera affiliate tv station here and the arrest of at least one of the tv stations of staff employees at that station. so that is providing in the background a bit of an ominous back drop to the enormous party that we are still seeing here in tahrir square with fireworks still going on, the biggest party i have seen here since basically the overthrow, the ousting of hosni mubarak in 2011.
of mohamed morsi in the largest protest since the revolution that ousted hosni mubarak. obama arrives in tanzania on the last leg of his african tour, we look at u.s. secret operations in north africa. condemns ind states the strongest terms this attack. we're working with the government of libya to secure our diplomats. i have also instructed my aunt -- administration from increasing security at various posts. we will bring justice to killers to attack our people. >> a new book on last year's .ttack on benghazi we will speak with the book webb andhors, brandon jack murphy. last week, and they publish the contents of ambassador stevens' diary before the attack. welcome to democracy now!,, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. rallied asking for the resignation of mohamed morsi. dead and hundreds injured in the protests. among those who were killed was a 21-year-old college student from chevy chase, and to prompter. the egyptian government says up to 17 million people turned out nationwide. .- andrew pochter we will have more from egypt with sharif abdel kouddous
>> an interim president is sworn into office in egypt just hours after mohamed morsi was deposed by the military. i'm jane dutton with your world news. also ahead, bolivia's president arrives home after his plane was stopped in europe and he gets an apology from france. membersbetween feuding between nelson mandela's family is followed -- finally result. >> i'm in canada's pipeline capital, alberta, where they are hoping approval of the controversial keystone pipeline is coming, and soon. less than 24 hours after the army deposed egypt democratically elected leader, and interim president has been sworn in. the hell -- head of the military said mohamed morsi fail to meet the demands of the egyptian people. the new man at the top is relatively unknown internationally but is one of egypt's longest serving judges. caroline malone reports. >> egypt officially has a new interim president. he was sworn in in a ceremony attended by the general assembly and the defense chief. toi swear by almighty god uphold the republican system and to respect the constitution and the law, and to safegua
from mohammed morsi's government. wheres the scene protesters have been calling for him to step down. we will be live another pro- government protest by and just a moment. first, michael johnson. >> military helicopter circling above demonstrations. the crowd went wild. the army has given the government and the groups until wednesday. allhe army forces call on five that if the people's demands are not answered, then the army forces based on international responsibility and out of respect for the people find it necessary to declare an road map for the future and executedeasures to be within the participation of the patriotic spectrum. >> interpreting the statement. you never know. [honking] very happy.d, >> the only statement is to the to the egyptian people. the army is responsible for the internal and external safety of the country. >> on the other side of cairo there was a different reaction. at the rally to support the president, many were upset about the deadlock and argued that the president should be allowed to sit -- the army should be about -- the president should be allowed
. but a lot of the action is taking place behind closed doors. morse are you * -- mohamed morsi reminded the world that he was democratically elected. the military is denying they are meeting with opposition litres. the military says it's not launching a coup. it says it wants to reach an agreement. tensions are running high and there is a lot of concern what is going to happen in the next few hours. martha: you have record numbers of people. and listen. just pause for a moment. i want everyone to take in the sound here. >> reporter: the big concern is violence. both sides have had people pledge their lives to defend their side. the rhetoric is intensifying. the military released a statement saying the final hours while morsi supporters were chanting they would die for islam. people are calling for calm. their voices are being drowned out by those using aggressive language. the question is it will be peaceful for violent. we'll only know in the next few hours or so. but stay tuned. things could get very nasty and ugly if any indication is the past 24 hours. martha: we have seen that befo
of thousands of people protesting against the democratically elected president of egypt, mohamed morsi. that is tahrir square. that was the heart and soul of the revolution some 2 1/2 years ago that ultimately ousted the then leader, hosni mubarak. on the right side of your screen, just a couple miles away, folks with quite a different perspective. these are pro-morsi demonstrators. according to a morsi spokesperson we've been in touch with here at cnn, there has been a coup in egypt. the fact is that the military, according to the spokesperson, has taken over. according to our senior correspondent ben wedeman there on the ground in cairo, was reporting on our air a little while ago that mohamed morsi is in the republican guard complex. we believe. what he's doing there, we don't know. according to witnesses the army has erected barbed wire barriers around barracks where mohamed morsi is currently. we're awaiting a statement from the military. what will they say? what is the road map for egypt as we look ahead? we'll take you live to cairo here momentarily. in the meantime, back to san
news. the muslim brotherhood said mohamed morsy is being held under house arrest right now after being forced out by the military today after one year in office. tonight the country is a powder keg, the situation extremely fluid. the images extraordinary. pro and anti-morsy. a travel warning was issued for americans. egypt media said security forces arrested the political party leader and his department tip and say an operation is underway to arrest 300 members of the muslim brother hood and 800 killed and 300 injump in clashes across the country and the military cut off three pro-morsy television stations and raided the egyptian television channel and detained some staff. earlier morsy insisted he's the country's legitimate president and said he's open to negotiating and engaging in dialogue. the crisis in egypt, a big issue, obviously for president obama today, key members of the staff are seen entering the white house this afternoon as the crisis was unfolding. in a statement released an hour ago obama called for egypt's military to move quickly and return authority back to the demo
of the muslim brotherhood in cairo asthmas i have protests. they want mohammed morsi to resign. we are getting reports from reuters and others that egypt's powerful military is stepping in giving m organization rsi and the protestors 48 hours to come to an agreement at some sort of meeting or the army will intervene. joining me now is michael singh former senior director of middle eastern affairs at the national security council. what a day and what fast-moving changes. what do you make of the military's move here and basically their ultimatum? this is they say morsi's last chance. >> jenna it's not surprising. the military has made noises in the last few days that it could intervene if it felt it was necessary, and the military has made clear i would say throughout these past two years that its primary interest is in stability. they've largely -- remember they were governing at first after moo bar i ca mohamed elbaradei hosni mubarak fell. they have been interested in civil it because they have a large stake in the economy and the smooth function of the state. they are looking at the protests
told the duly elected democratic president of egypt, mohamed morsi, you are no longer president. a military coup has just happened. the military has taken over. they are moving in to take over the government. a live look at anti-government protesters in tahrir square and now a statement is being read on state tv. is this accurate? this is new to me. this has just happened. a statement is being read. we were told that members of different forces within the country, the military would speak and the members of the muslim brotherhood, a pope from hoot religious group -- a pope from another religious group would be coming up. do we have translation for this? i know we have translation. oh well, we don't have translatio getting translation in the background. we will let you know what happened. the military had set a deadline for president mohamed morsi to strike a deal with those protesters. the deadline passed four hours ago and morsi refused to step down. the pro morsi demonstrators gathering at a mosque across town. you can see here the difference between those two rallies. a shot
>> welcome back. a country divided in egypt over the presidency of mohammed morsi. at least five people have been killed in clashes between rival groups in recent days. >> the opposition is planning huge protests on sunday, demanding morsi stepping down. he has refused and rallied his own supporters in counterdemonstrations as he marks his first year in office. >> many feel the revolution has been betrayed and things have gotten worse in some ways. >> egypt is tense going into the weekend. here in cairo, cars are backed up for kilometers at the gas stations which are still selling fuel. life has not gotten any easier for egyptians. power outages, unemployment, rising prices and now fuel shortages. waiting for hours and days takes its toll on people. >> i have needed petrol since yesterday. i have been here since 7:00 this morning. under the previous regime, there were thieves who wanted to get rich, but we never had this kind of crisis. not like this. >> of course i'll be on the street on sunday. i want him out. we don't want morsi. he's been in power for a year and we don't even have enough
elections. what of the former president, mohamed morsi? where is he this hour? >> well, we're hearing right now is that he is under house arrest. and we're also hearing that from the state news agency, that they're also rounding "up" to 300 other members of the muslim brotherhood. the head of human rights watch here in egypt has expressed concern over this, that this isn't what a democratic transition should look like. also a lot of concern over the closure of tv stations that supported president morsi. >> so what you're seeing is a military and a transitional board, as it were, saying this is by no means a coup, this is intervention for the good of the country. but it's from those who support the muslim brotherhood, which is the party that backed the former president, they say this is a coup in everything but name. >> that's exactly right. by definition what we saw yesterday was a coup. but if you talk to the supporters, they say that this was a popular uprising and that the government -- or the army was facilitating the transition to a civilian leader, that they were just helping the will
. tension is building around egypt on the eve of the anniversary of president mohammed morsi's first year in office. mass protests are expected on sunday. thousands of people are already out, holding rival rallies in cairo. more than 22 million egyptians have signed petitions calling mohammed morsi to step down. rival protests have been taking place around the country for days. at least seven people have died and thousands of others -- dozens of others injured. >> we are supporting the legitimacy of the constitution, legitimacy which the ballot brock's -- box brought to us. >> we are here to remove this terror regime. we will not leave until he leaves. >> ejections have been preparing -- sunday's demonstration protesters have been preparing for sunday's demonstration. expected to grow down from 5.1%. unemployment is rising. current estimates put it at 13%. 700,000 new job seekers are joining the market every year. prices and crime are both going up. we go to cairo now. give us a picture of what is going on there this evening. >> it is the final hours before what manywaited people see as t
mohamed morsi's administration has until tomorrow to end the nation's political crisis, or it will step in. >> the armed forces published a roadmap of actions they intend to take should the armed forces intervene. the president has become increasingly isolated. >> six of his ministers have already announced resignations, and protesters are gathering an ever greater numbers. >> we will not go until he does -- the demonstrators' message is clear -- mohamed morsi must resign the presidency. the protesters gathered in carrier square hope that will happen tomorrow night. >> if he has not left by 6:00 tomorrow evening, it will be the business of the army. the islamists want to hold onto power, they will have the people and the army to contend with. >> the army has announced a roadmap to lead the people and country out of the crisis. it says it wants to bring all parties to the negotiating table. morsi's options are dwindling. with the recognition of the foreign minister, six of his cabinet have abandoned him. party and the protest movement have jointly agreed on the negotiator. even so, thousand
begin with news out of egypt tonight, the muslim brotherhood says deposed president mohammed morsy is being held under house arrest today after being forced out today after one year in office. tonight, the country is a powder keg, the situation extremely fluid. right now pro and anti-morsy demonstrators are in the streets. the state department has issue add travel warning for americans. egypt's state run media reporting that security forces have arrested the muslim brotherhood's political party leader and his deputy. say they an operation is under way to arrest 300 members of the muslim brotherhood. and at least eight people were killed and more than 300 injured in clashes today across the country. we also know that the military has cut off at least three pro morsy satellite television stations. al jazeera says security forces raided its egyptian channel and obtained some of its staff. morsy said he doesn't accept the coup insisting that he's still the country's legitimate president and open to negotiating and engaging in dialogue. the crisis in egypt is a big issue obviously for p
, this a day after ousting that country's first democratically elected president. mohamed morsi is now said to be under house arrest. he's refused an offer to leave egypt. communication outlets have been silenced and the crowd are now back in tahrir square. president obama met today with members of his national security team to discuss the situation in egypt, but why does egypt matter so much to the united states right now? how much should americans be concerned about the overthrow of an elected leader? our foreign affairs correspondent jill dougherty is joining us right now. she's got some answers. the president spent a lot of this july 4th meeting with his top security advisers because for the u.s., for the entire region, the stakes are huge. >> they are. you know, wolf, americans have a big investment in egypt, whether they know it or not. egypt is a linchpin of the middle east, the largest arab country in the world. a cultural heavyweight with 83 million people. islamic fundamentalism, even al qaeda, have their roots in egypt. egypt is america's closest ally in the american world. they
square ever since the announcement was made that the military had ousted former president mohamed morsi and handed over the country to an interim administrative government. this has been the scene of jubilation and joy. since that announcement was made, the sentiment of the people is their revolution has been saved. they are now for the first time able to perhaps get their country back on the right track. the track they wanted back in 2011 when they ousted the former dictator hosni mubarak. however, tonight it is a very different tone from the supporters of president mohamed morsi including himself. we were able to hear from him, a posting was made on the official facebook page in which the president or the former president rather said that this was a military coup. he called on all citizens as well as members of the armed forces to reject this coup and more importantly, to aside by the law and constitution. even despite the fact that he has been ousted by military, he is still extremely defiant. now, at this stage, members of the muslim brotherhood and freedom and justice party, most o
ago to suspend the constitution, to hold early elections and to sideline the president, mohamed morsi, the crowds started firing up volley after volley of fireworks. they are waving egyptian flags. these celebrations are going to go on, i suspect, all night. we were down in the crowds a short while ago. there was a tremendous amount of enthusiasm. people here are not calling this a coup. they're saying this is a military intervention that was asked for by the people. the military in its statement repeatedly said that it has no intention of holding on to power. will the military be good on its word? that remains to be seen. but the military has gone to great efforts, even making the announcement in the presence of christian and muslim religious leaders, members of civil society, to show that it was acting for these people. the question now is, what will happen to the ex-president, or the president who has just been pushed aside, mohamed morsi? will he be able to speak to his supporters? we had reports earlier that his communications have been cut off. what about his supporters, members
for him to step down, egyptian president mohamed morsi was defiant on state television tonight. we'll go live to cairo with all the latest details and amazing images coming up. >>> first i want to share the three awesomest things on the internet today beginning with four decades of fashion immortalized in a school yearbook. garland, texas. 1973, he was told to wear something nice on school picture day. this is what we wore. on picture day the following year, he put on the same exact polyester shirt and sweater vest. he tells "the dallas morning news" he felt embarrassed when he realized he repeated outfits. his wife, cathie, dared him to go for a hat trick. after wearing the combo five years in a row, he thought, why stop now. year after year, he wore the exact same outfit for class photo day. after 40 years of teaching, the beloved mr. herby has retired. mr. herby's style will move on. second awesomest thing on the internet today, to jolt you awake. for folks who like to ease into their morning, new york's local cable station new york 1 offers a gentle fix. a guy will read to you what's
military removed mohamed morsi from power. he is under arrest and still is refusing to step down voluntarily. and he's rejecting an offer to leave egypt from qatar or yemen. members of his group are being rounded up and arrested, including the group's supreme leader. egypt's constitution has been suspended until a new one can be written. on the short lives to eventually take over permanently is opposition leader and former head of the united nations nuclear leader. he spoke today with our own becky anderson. while he would not call it a coup, he said that egypt has reached a tipping point. >> it was a very painful decision to make. either to continue and risk a civil war situation or take exceptional measures for the uprising of 2011. >> i want to bring in senior international correspondent ivan watson. thanks for being here. within of the big questions is where exactly is the now former president mohamed morsi? what have you been able to find out? >> that's a good question. a lot of people are asking that. that's what i asked his spokesman for the muslim brotherhood in the north
. the muslim brotherhood said mohamed morsy is being held under house arrest right now after being forced out by the military today after one year in office. tonight the country is a powder keg, the situation extremely fluid. the images extraordinary. pro and anti-morsy. a travel warning was issued for americans. egypt media said security forces arrested the political party leader and his department tip and say an operation is underway to arrest 300 members of the muslim brother hood and 800 killed and 300 injump in clashes across the country and the military cut off three pro-morsy television stations and raided the egyptian television channel and detained some staff. earlier morsy insisted he's the country's legitimate president and said he's open to negotiating and engaging in dialogue. the crisis in egypt, a big issue, obviously for president obama today, key members of the staff are seen entering the white house this afternoon as the crisis was unfolding. in a statement released an hour ago obama called for egypt's military to move quickly and return authority back to the democratically
. and the former mohamed morsi first democratically elected leader of this country under house arrest. an army chopper flying as the crowd sets off fireworks. >> the sight was amazing. there was also this, rage as morsi supporters rail against what they call a quecoup. the prospect of a civil war for this key u.s. ally very real, a very tense time in egypt. cnn has the story covered like no one else does with reporters in cairo and the white house and christian amanpour with us in new york. first to cairo. it still seems loud and still seems busy. how are things looking this morning? >> reporter: kate, in so many ways, it is a new day for egypt and much of this country is loving it. yesterday, mohamed morsi was the president of this country, today under house arrest. egypt has a new president, named adly mansour. he's the head of egypt's top court, sworn in over the past hour, part of a fast moving series of events that saw the abrupt downfall of mohamed mors morsi. this morning, after an explosive turn of events, president mohamed morsi is under house arrest. the military ousted him wednesday
to confirm the news. supporters and opponents of resident mohamed morsi held rallies across the country, two days ahead of mass demonstrations planned for sunday. the president came to power two years ago promising radical change, but the country is deep suffering with economic concerns. >> demonstrations are once again filling the streets of egypt. huge rallies are planned for the coming days calling for president morsi to step down. but this is a show of strength by the president's muslim brotherhood. >> we are here today to support mohamed morsi and to prevent attempt to get out of the regime. >> we have been dreaming of an elected president and we got him come a look what they are doing. you have shown no mercy. we are here to defend him. this demonstration of pro- morsi's supporters has been very relaxed so far. there has been running battles between pro-and anti-morsi supporters in recent days with the deaths and injuries. the rhetoric between the two groups has become ever more dangerous. is tearingese days apart egyptian families. this is an opposition activist jailed for insulting p
a south african counterpart, jacob zuma. in egypt ahead of the first anniversary of mohammed morsi becoming egypt's president. the first writer to wear the yellow jersey on the 100th tour de france. the u.s. president barack obama is in south africa for a state visit. the trip is being overshadowed by nelson mandela's poor health. the two met once before in 2005. obama has called a mental a personal hero. the 94-year-old has been in hospital for more than three a personalndela hero. the 94-year-old has been in hospital for more than three weeks. u.s. president said he would not visit the anti- apartheid leader, but he did meet privately with members of his family. met south africa's current president, jacob zuma. their talks focus on economic relations, but inevitably came back to mandela. courage in this country's transition. inspiration to the world. it continues to be. >> later he met with the students to talk about their economic and political future. >> more prosperous, more confident. >> the audience welcomed his indications that he plans to boost trade between the u.s. and a
we're following this hour. >>> egypt has a new interim president. he is replacing mohamed morsi who was ousted by the military. >>> the united states and the european union launch a probe into alleged spying by american intelligence workers. >>> and fertile ground for terrorists. afghanistan struggles to contain farm chemicals used to make improvised bombs. >>> egypt has a new head of government replacing ousted president mohamed morsi. the chief justice of the constitutional court has been installed as interim president. adly mansour took the oath of office in cairo. >> military commanders announced they had suspended the constitution and ordered a new presidential election. they chose mansour as provisional head of state. >> anti-morsi rallies erupt ed across the country last week. protesters said the economy and public security worsened after the president took power a year ago. they demanded he resign immediately. military commanders gave morsi 48 hours to resolve the crisis. he rejected the ultimatum, so the army moved in. they have deployed armored vehicles at a number of loca
interim leader holds out an olive branch to the party of ousted president mohamed morsi. we will take you live to cairo for the latest. >> ecb chief mario draghi promises interest rates will stay low for a long time yet, sparking a rally for european equities. >> and victory within reach -- the first german woman to book a place in the wimbledon finals since steffi graf in 1999. well, after more than two years of unrest in egypt and to fallen presidents, thousands of people have again taken to the streets of cairo tonight. >> but they are celebrating. on wednesday, the military ousted the country's first democratically elected head of state. >> there is resentment among egyptians who oppose military intervention, and that parked street clashes since the overthrow. 16 people have been killed and hundreds wounded. >> a new interim leader has used his inauguration to reach out to morsi's muslim brotherhood, but party officials have rejected any engagement. >> there has been no end to the celebration from tahrir square. many women were among the crowd. they welcome the overthrow of mohamed mo
, deadly demonstrations, on the anniversary of mohamed morsi's inauguration. we'll go live to egypt. >>> also ahead -- >> mandela's spirit could never be imprisoned, because his legacy is here for all to see. >> reliving history. the first family visits the prison where nelson mandela was jailed for 18 years. we're live in africa with what's next on president obama's historic and symbolic trip. and also, victory marches. the high court rulings are energizing gay pride events all over america today. we are live on both coasts. >>> but we start in south africa, where, again, president obama's emotion-packed day included a visit to robin island where nelson mandela was in prison. right now, though, this is a live look in egypt. we'll go live there in just a moment. as you can see, there are hundreds of thousands who have shown up to protest mohamed morsi. but we start again, we start in africa. kristen welker, our white house correspondent, is traveling with the president. kristen, what's the very latest there? >> reporter: well, president obama wrapping up the keynote speech of this e
this has been inevitable since the night before when morsi, i guess, when mohammed morsi the former president, i suppose, gave a defiant speech basically challenging the army to remove him. but people there were feeling very disillusioned. they feel like they've been ganged up on, they've been sold a fraudulent bill of democratic goods. one man spoke with us said, look, i know he's unpopular. i know he's made mistakes, but, you know, he's elected. if you want to remove him, remove him by an election not by a protest. one man predicted they are not going to leave there's going to be blood on the streets and it's going to be on defense minister's hands. on his hands. that was the quote he gave me. >> before we get to what might happen. was the muslim brotherhood government of morsi, mohammed morsi, where was it taking the country? was it taking a gradually and smoothly, inevitably towards a real islamist state like you have in iran? >> really the brotherhood didn't make all that many on the ground concrete moves that took the country toward sharia. there were elements that could've op
former president mohammed morsi has been ousted. the egyptian army is not using that worse, but morsi is on his twitter account. he tweets -- measures and nounced by armed forces leadership represent a full coup, categorically rejected by all free men of our nation. this after the military announced that morsi is out and that the constitution has been suspended. according to the military, egypt's constitutional cord will serve as a temporary presidency until a new constitution will be drawn up and new elections can be held, both in support of the opposition on monday he was given 48 hours to come up with a political solution. that deadline came and went hours ago. if u.s. official decide to label this as a c only up, that money could dry up. egypt is a center if not the center of middle eastern culture. hundreds of american says work there, and tenning of thousand thousands have dual american/egyptian passports. we're all over this story with reporters in every corner of cairo. i want to go to christiane amanpour. tell us exactly what the response has been from the muslim brotherhood.
of the people. >> the protesters who demanded the ousting of mohamed morsi celebrated late into the night. >>> the hunt for edward snowden is end flaming tensions between bolivia and allies, the president from bolivia is back home after his plane was diverted. he searched for edward snowden who was not on board and those refused entrance to their air space. bolivians protested burning the french flag, he is currently applying for asylum in many places including bolivia. >>> and that plane landed safely in charlotte, it was met by a bomb squad. the flight took off had almost 200 people on board and he had no indication there was any threat to public safety. >>> we are learning about the killing of two wing stop workers. he was a manager at the wing stop. he also took classes at berkeley city college. they described him as a young sweet man dice spite losing both his parents at an early age. >> the three were killed on monday. two customers hid in the store's freezer after getting spooked outside, after they went to see what was happening, one of them opened fire. germane girlly was arreste
more. the deadline set by the military just reached. as we know it as of now president mohammed morsi is staying, and he's resolving to try to figure out what to do with this nation that is in political crisis. he was given 48 hours to figure out some sort of a plan, or the military said they would move in, they would help find their own solution. we'll try to figure out what that really means in the next few moments. mohammed morsi is now refusing to step down despite the millions of egyptians in the streets calling on him to leave, both mohammed morsi annie egypt's army demand tere pledging to die for their cause. now we've reached the hour that could trigger some sort of consequence. there's been a lot of hypotheticals given. it is a military take over, a military cue? does nothing take place? we are watching tahrir square bracing for a showdown and we'll bring you all the latest developments as they happen. and right now we have brand-new stories and breaking news. >> the george zimmerman murder trial about to resume right now following a short recess. the potentially game-changin
>>> millions celebrate a coup in egypt. president mohamed morsi is under house arrest and the military says it will install a new interim civilian government. >>> firefighters in arizona start to get the upper handed on the deadly fire that killed 19 elite firefighters. >>> and the united states celebrates its 237th birthday. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, july 4th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, egypt starts its new day in uncharted waters after mohamed morsi, its first democratically elected president, was ousted by the military after only one year in office. here's the latest. morsi and other leaders are the muss almost brotherhood party are in custody at a military facility in cairo. egypt's constitution drafted by morsi's allies is suspended, and armed forces say they will install a temporary civilian government. now clarissa ward is in cairo with the latest. clarissa, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. well, how quickly things change. egypt will have a new president
the government, the country, and potentially the region. mohammed morsi, the democratically elected but acting and governing say his millions of critics very much like a dictator, shifting the secular government more towards islamic rule. now is he out. and for tonight at least the people seem ecstatic. [cheers] [explosions] >> shepard: that's what it looked and sounded like after the army force and others removed the president from office. right now we don't know where the president is or former president. we're told he is being held in undiscuss closed location probably being watched by the military. and here is a live look in tahrir square. folks continue to celebrate now early in the morning. crowds just as large as they have been in the millions across the country in tahrir square just after 1:00 a.m. on july the 4th. out by the hundreds of thousands. witnesses say the egyptian troops, including commandos in full combat gear are deployed across much of choir cairo. key bridges nile liver are at intersections because everybody in egypt is not happy. and violence is possible. mohammed morsi
." good evening, i'm bret baier. the clock is ticking for egyptian president mohammed morsi. a day after millions of egyptian protesters call for his ouster, the country's military issued an ultimatum. meet the people's demands or we will. we have fox team coverage. ed henry is traveling with the president in africa, has the latest from the administration on this topic, but we begin with conor powell. >> reporter: nearly 8,000 men were killed -- many of them are staying in tahrir square and across the country as we speak. live pictures there show just how large the crowds are. this long term political crisis in egypt entered a new phase as the military is threatening to intervene. in one of the largest demonstrations since the revolution two years ago, millions of anti-government protesters took to the streets across the nation, demanding democratically elected president mohammed morsi resign by tuesday evening. >> the people brought him to power, and the people are now telling him we don't want you. end it with all these people on the street. >> reporter: critics say morsi and the rulin
a dramatic change today. mohamed morsi the president of egypt deposed by the egyptian army. we'll continue to watch developments on that sorry. first, let's go back to the trial of george zimmerman, the second degree murder trial taking place in sanford, pl. we're listening to a prosecution expert being questioned by the defense and he is a forensics expert. let's go back analyst. >> and looking at the back here, there's no cuttings and markings. okay. nothing here that. >> no cuttings that i took from the back. >> great. okay. >> and i do want to talk with you though briefly about george zimmerman's outside jacket, the orangish red jacket. >> yes. >> without going through all of the samples that were george zimmerman, were there any spots on that outside shirt that were or could have been trayvon martin's? >> on the original jacket? >> yes. >> and let's do this one more time. you can point that out. the wit may step down. thank you, judge. let's just have you focus on the stain or stains that were or could have trayvon martin's. >> the once i matched that included trayvon martin on? >> th
looming. egyptian president mohamed morsy in cairo. . "eliminating costly markups," "and buy directly from local farmers in every region of the country." "when you see our low prices, remember the wheels turning behind the scenes, delivering for millions of americans, everyday. "dedication: that's the real walmart" >>> welcome back to "the lead." a deadline is passing for mohamed morsi. egyptians are filling the square. this time it's morsi who they want to step down and they gave him until tomorrow to, quote, meet the demands of the people. state media says seven people have been killed in clashes between pro and anti-morsi groups. what are you seeing in cairo? >> well, certainly we're hearing those reports but what you're seeing behind me is this massive and continually growing crowd in tahrir square. i'm going to step out of the way. there are fireworks and somebody is projecting on to this massive government building a laser message which means "go." that's what we're hearing chanted all day long and much of the night as well, directed at president mohamed morsi, who until now has been
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 365 (some duplicates have been removed)